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Do learn how to post correctly, troll.

What I posted was:

On May 26, 1:22 pm, Steven Bornfeld <bornfeldm...(a)dentaltwins.com>
wrote:

> john wrote:

> (snip)


> > * Taking 300 IU vitamin E per day reduces lung cancer by 61%. (Mahabir S,
> > Schendel K, Dong YQ et al. Dietary alpha-, beta-, gamma- and
> > delta-tocopherols in lung cancer risk. Int J Cancer. 2008 Sep
> > 1;123(5):1173-80.)http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18546288


> Google search terms "Vitamin E and lung cancer":



http://www.google.com/search?q=vitamin+e+and+lung+cancer&ie=utf-8&oe=....

And:


http://www.orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v04n18.shtml


http://vitamins-minerals.suite101.com/article.cfm/vitamin_e_and_lung_...


http://www.naturalnews.com/z026242_cancer_lung_risk.html


http://www.nutraingredients.com/Research/Vitamin-E-may-slash-lung-can...


From: Jan Drew on
On May 28, 10:34�am, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> <trigonometry1...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:d34d8592-4cf0-42e0-b648-bc018483040c(a)g39g2000pri.googlegroups.com...
> On May 26, 5:52 am, bigvince <vince.mirag...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 26, 1:46 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
> > > FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
> > > Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, May 25, 2010
>
> > > Vitamin E Research Ignored by Major News Media
> > > Coast-to-Coast Censorship
> > > (OMNS, May 25, 2010) If you think Medline and Wikipedia are biased, take
> > > a
> > > look through your newspapers and magazines. For example, have you
> > > noticed
> > > how the news media are quick to publish negative allegations about
> > > vitamin
> > > E, but slow to present the positive side?
>
> > Great info I found this abstract particuliarly interesting
>
> > N Engl J Med. 2010 May 6;362(18):1675-85. Epub 2010 Apr 28.
> > Pioglitazone, vitamin E, or placebo for nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
>
> > Sanyal AJ, Chalasani N, Kowdley KV, McCullough A, Diehl AM, Bass NM,
> > Neuschwander-Tetri BA, Lavine JE, Tonascia J, Unalp A, Van Natta M,
> > Clark J, Brunt EM, Kleiner DE, Hoofnagle JH, Robuck PR; NASH CRN.
> > Collaborators (110)
> > Lavine J, Sanyal A, Abrams S, Bass N, Chalasani N, Diehl AM, Kowdley
> > K, Loomba R, McCullough A, Molleston J, Murray K, Robuck P, Rosenthal
> > P, Neuschwander-Tetri B, Tonascia J, Chalasani N, Sanyal A, Unalp A,
> > McCullough A, Bringman D, Dasarathy S, Edwards K, Hawkins C, Liu YC,
> > Rogers N, Sargent R, Diehl AM, Abdelmalek M, Gottfried M, Guy C,
> > Killenberg P, Kwan S, Pan YP, Piercy D, Smith M, Chalasani N, Bhimalli
> > P, Cummings OW, Klipsch A, Lee L, Molleston J, Ragozzino L,
> > Vuppalanchi R, Neuschwander-Tetri BA, Derdoy J, Hoffmann J, King D,
> > Siegner J, Stewart S, Thompson J, Brunt E, Lavine JE, Behling C, Clark
> > L, Durelle J, Hassanein T, Petcharaporn L, Schwimmer JB, Sirlin C,
> > Stein T, Bass NM, Bambha K, Ferrell LD, Filipowski D, Merriman R,
> > Pabst M, Rosenthal M, Rosenthal P, Steel T, Sanyal AJ, Boyett S,
> > Contos MJ, Fuchs M, Jones A, Luketic VA, Sandhu B, Sargeant C, Selph
> > K, White M, Kowdley KV, Gyurkey G, Mooney J, Nelson J, Ackermann S,
> > Saunders C, Stead A, Wang C, Yeh M, Kleiner D, Doo E, Everhart J,
> > Hoofnagle JH, Robuck PR, Seeff L, Tonascia J, Belt P, Brancati F,
> > Clark J, Colvin R, Donithan M, Green M, Isaacson M, Kim W, Miriel L,
> > Sternberg A, Unalp A, Van Natta M, Vaughn I, Wilson L, Yates K.
>
> > Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA. asan...(a)mcvh-vcu.edu
> > Abstract
>
> > BACKGROUND: Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis is a common liver disease
> > that can progress to cirrhosis. Currently, there is no established
> > treatment for this disease. METHODS: We randomly assigned 247 adults
> > with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and without diabetes to receive
> > pioglitazone at a dose of 30 mg daily (80 subjects), vitamin E at a
> > dose of 800 IU daily (84 subjects), or placebo (83 subjects), for 96
> > weeks. The primary outcome was an improvement in histologic features
> > of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, as assessed with the use of a
> > composite of standardized scores for steatosis, lobular inflammation,
> > hepatocellular ballooning, and fibrosis. Given the two planned primary
> > comparisons, P values of less than 0.025 were considered to indicate
> > statistical significance. RESULTS: Vitamin E therapy, as compared with
> > placebo, was associated with a significantly higher rate of
> > improvement in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (43% vs. 19%, P=0.001),
> > but the difference in the rate of improvement with pioglitazone as
> > compared with placebo was not significant (34% and 19%, respectively;
> > P=0.04). Serum alanine and aspartate aminotransferase levels were
> > reduced with vitamin E and with pioglitazone, as compared with placebo
> > (P<0.001 for both comparisons), and both agents were associated with
> > reductions in hepatic steatosis (P=0.005 for vitamin E and P<0.001 for
> > pioglitazone) and lobular inflammation (P=0.02 for vitamin E and
> > P=0.004 for pioglitazone) but not with improvement in fibrosis scores
> > (P=0.24 for vitamin E and P=0.12 for pioglitazone). Subjects who
> > received pioglitazone gained more weight than did those who received
> > vitamin E or placebo; the rates of other side effects were similar
> > among the three groups. CONCLUSIONS: Vitamin E was superior to placebo
> > for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in adults without
> > diabetes. There was no benefit of pioglitazone over placebo for the
> > primary outcome; however, significant benefits of pioglitazone were
> > observed for some of the secondary outcomes. (ClinicalTrials.gov
> > number, NCT00063622.) 2010 Massachusetts Medical Society
>
> > Certainly looks like solid science to me. Data only a pharma shill
> > would dispute?
>
> I'll suggest the ideal form would be mixed tocotrienols
> or maybe very high gamma tocopherol mixed tocopherols
> given its lower price by way the effects of either on insulin
> response. The science for tocotrienols looks better than
> than that of the high gamma tocopherol but there
> are unknowns.
> ===============================================
> Be sure to follow Trigs ideas since vitamin E can kill, a point all of the
> freaks like �to ignore.

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp&q=benefits+of+Vitamin+E&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=Cx6ie0K8BTKf1Opy2yASj0J28BQAAAKoEBU_Q-cLV&fp=7e74cd8f734f44d3

Benefits of Vitamin E

From: Peter B. on
"Jan Drew" <jdrew63929(a)aol.com> wrote in message
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> This thread is not about Trig, nor what you do.
>
> Make a note of it, Rob Lindman.
>
> Now, back to the subject.
>

Rob is not the subject either. Now go beat your breast before they come and
put you in restraints.


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On May 28, 10:34?am, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:

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